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The Web Browser Turns 15: A Look Back

Here is a look back at 15 years of wars, lawsuits, and standards the Web browser has brought us.

Tech's Worst Year Ever?

The tech industry has suffered some of its greatest losses ever in the past 12 months. Here's our look at the low points.

Is Your Health Privacy at Risk?

Hospitals, pharmacies and health insurance companies are among the hardest hit when it comes to hacker attacks, stolen laptops, spying employees and other...

Images of Top High-Tech Rollercoasters

These rollercoasters are some of the most hi-tech and stomach-churning out there.

Top Tech Rollercoasters

These rip-roaring rides use the latest sensors, computers and networks to thrill and secure riders.

New ICANN Domains Coming Next Year

Internet policymakers' controversial plan would include hundreds of generic top-level domains -- such as .nyc, .sport and .food.

Feds Push Cybersecurity

The defense department's cybersecurity director shares advice about boosting the security of IT systems.

New Weapon Against Drive-by Downloads Emerges

As more employees visit social networking sites while at work, network managers are seeing a rise in accidental malware infections.

Security Tightened for .org Domain

The Public Interest Registry will announce that it has begun cryptographically signing the .org top-level domain.

New DNS Bug and Fix Announced

Domain name registries are scrambling to patch a bug in popular open source DNS software that could be exploited for denial-of-service attacks.

10 Twitter Tips for the Workplace

Pioneers in Workplace Tweets suggest the most effective use of the microblogging technology.

Top 10 Tech Skills in a Downturn

How do your skills stack up against the competition? Jobs are still available if you have expertise and certifications in these areas.

The Evolution of the Internet

The 'Net changed from research to commerce, U.S. to global, safe to scary.

German Domain Names Are in .de-mand

German domain name sales outpaced those of other leading European countries in 2008 by a wide margin.

Is E-mail for Old Fogeys?

E-mail was the Internet's first killer application, but now it appears to be dying out -- at least among teenagers.

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